Ask them what medications are making them so content.
Today's Full Strip
On the drive from Charterstone to Somerset, Mary stopped at the Medical Center they passed so Hanna could have a lobotomy. That explains why (1) a quick glance at a group of people assures her that "It doesn't look depressing at all!" and (2) Hanna can think of no questions to ask the Somerset inmates. Once again Meddling Manipulating Mary has won. I can't stand it.
Don't worry, Hanna. You won't have to think of what to ask. There is someone nearby who will tell you what to ask, someone who won't rest until your decrepit old posterior has been driven out of Charterstone forever. Just be glad that Somerset was closer than the nearest concentration camp or Soylent Green factory.
The card players are celebrating Pantsless Tuesday.
Ask them what it costs. That should put an end to any further discussion.
Nothing exemplifies cheeriness like a room painted non-depression black at a senior center. It truly motivates prospects, thus, the long waiting list to get in.
What are Mary and Hanna standing in? A transporter capsule? A sarcophagus?I like that Somerset's community room's rugs can be rolled up so people can ice skate. Nice touch.
Perhaps the hipster oldsters at Somerset don't want a grey, mousy, depressing old lady like Hanna to invade their jolly sanctuary.
Somerset: Where old comic strip characters go to die. Pretty sure that's little Orphan Annie sitting at a table with the balding Charlie Brown.
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